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Image Dump: offering little consistency
These Steins are Made for Fighting. A person is to get themselves into a bar/cafe/teahouse brawl and break the body of the stein over their opponent’s head. Then the person is to uppercut their opponent with the knuckled handle, leaving their opponent dazed enough to run away very fast(or at least to get more to drink).  Pictorially, these images are from a series titled “Rules of Civility” that artist Kate Nielsen originally designed for FPOAFM.  These are hand-painted with ceramic glaze by @kate_niel one side depicting average situations occurring in an urban setting. On the other side is something close to a worst case scenario. Currently on View @madmuseum  #nycmakers #madbiennial #steins #mugs #cups #ceramics #fpoafmwilldestroyu

These Steins are Made for Fighting. A person is to get themselves into a bar/cafe/teahouse brawl and break the body of the stein over their opponent’s head. Then the person is to uppercut their opponent with the knuckled handle, leaving their opponent dazed enough to run away very fast(or at least to get more to drink). Pictorially, these images are from a series titled “Rules of Civility” that artist Kate Nielsen originally designed for FPOAFM. These are hand-painted with ceramic glaze by @kate_niel one side depicting average situations occurring in an urban setting. On the other side is something close to a worst case scenario. Currently on View @madmuseum #nycmakers #madbiennial #steins #mugs #cups #ceramics #fpoafmwilldestroyu

Planter series Highlights  (at FPOAFM Studio B)

Planter series Highlights (at FPOAFM Studio B)

New Planters for new plants #ceramics #plants #bear #kitty (at FPOAFM Studio B)

New Planters for new plants #ceramics #plants #bear #kitty (at FPOAFM Studio B)

Extended Interview: Glenn Adamson | Interview

Look for the FPOAFM pic!

Dont be a Jeff this weekend

Dont be a Jeff this weekend

Commemorating FPOAFM’s entry into a museum, this commemorative plate was a collaboration between FPOAFM and the always entertaining Mr. VLS2.30.  The industry-fabricated plate is laser engraved with FPOAFM’s logo and then gold luster is fired on with the FPOAFM official motto of Never Work. On view @madmuseum until October. (at Mad Museum of Art and Design)

Commemorating FPOAFM’s entry into a museum, this commemorative plate was a collaboration between FPOAFM and the always entertaining Mr. VLS2.30. The industry-fabricated plate is laser engraved with FPOAFM’s logo and then gold luster is fired on with the FPOAFM official motto of Never Work. On view @madmuseum until October. (at Mad Museum of Art and Design)

FPOAFM’s favorite potter Clayton Blackwell modeled these after Japanese Traditional “Tsubo” grain containers.  Applied on the surface are fired-on imagery of very mature proportions.-our favorite is the bunny shaped tobacco-use-only water pipe. Currently On view @madmuseum #madbiennial @claybwell

FPOAFM’s favorite potter Clayton Blackwell modeled these after Japanese Traditional “Tsubo” grain containers. Applied on the surface are fired-on imagery of very mature proportions.-our favorite is the bunny shaped tobacco-use-only water pipe. Currently On view @madmuseum #madbiennial @claybwell

Process Talk here at FPOAFM.  FPOAFM members Ben Fiess and Adams Puryear have collaborated together a few times in the past.  The original collaboration was a forced collaboration where Puryear found some unfired Fiess jars in the trash and glazed them the way he wanted before handing the finished work back to Fiess.  This collaboration is more of a “coerced collaboration” in that Fiess was pressured into making some larger pieces for some museum show in nyc.  One jar Ben glazed himself, but altered for a specific function and the other one Adams glazed with his color palette. On view at @madmuseum till October  (at Museum Of Art & Design)

Process Talk here at FPOAFM. FPOAFM members Ben Fiess and Adams Puryear have collaborated together a few times in the past. The original collaboration was a forced collaboration where Puryear found some unfired Fiess jars in the trash and glazed them the way he wanted before handing the finished work back to Fiess. This collaboration is more of a “coerced collaboration” in that Fiess was pressured into making some larger pieces for some museum show in nyc. One jar Ben glazed himself, but altered for a specific function and the other one Adams glazed with his color palette. On view at @madmuseum till October (at Museum Of Art & Design)

goldenagecomicsvault:

The Golden Age characters of All American Comics (DC) 
ALL-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK #1 (Dec. 1944)Art by H.G. Peter, Joe Galagher, Joe Kubert & Everett Hibbard

goldenagecomicsvault:

The Golden Age characters of All American Comics (DC) 

ALL-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK #1 (Dec. 1944)
Art by H.G. Peter, Joe Galagher, Joe Kubert & Everett Hibbard

(via jthenr-comics-vault)